According to Undercover, a play based on the life of the late AC/DC vocalist Bon Scottopened earlier this month in Australia.
“Hell Ain’t A Bad Place To Be – The Story Of Bon Scott” documents the singer’s story from his earliest bands through landing the vocalist position in AC/DC and the subsequent rise to international success.
The play has a two-week residency at the Anthenaeum Theatre in Melbourne from July 12.
The show was written by Andrew Barker, who also produced “The Man In Black – The Johnny Cash Story” and “The John Denver Story – Take Me Home Country Roads”.
Nick Barker stars in the show together with Doug Parkinson who tells anecdotes of his time on the road with Scott.
Watch Nick Barker‘s interview with Undercover‘s Paul Cashmere below.